I will link all of the programs I used to get my FTP/HTTP server up and running, pretty much all the setup is self explainitory all you've got to do is setup your router correctly (if you have one), find out if you have a Dynamic or Static IP, and then enter your IP when it requires it.Dyndns
' ">http://www.dyndns.com <- used to get a free domain to forward to your IPPHPTriad
' ">http://sourceforge.net/projects/phptriad <- the main server program. I'm not sure if it will set itself to auto-run on boot but you can probably figure that out (doesn't use too much resources)warftp
' ">http://www.warftp.org/ <--the program used to setup the FTP aspect of your server,. kind of complicated but there is guides on the site.
These programs should be all you need Cmanns but remember if your not running on a great connection you WILL be limited to the ammount of clients your computer can serve. upgrading to more ram and a better connection might help a little but nothing runs a server like a OC3 connection and a dedicated Opteron with 2Gb+ of ram /laugh.gif' border='0' style='vertical-align:middle' alt='laugh.gif' />
(When i ran my server off the PIII in my signature with a 5Mbps down and roughly 1Mbps upload, I could only serve a maximum of 15 Clients at once but the speeds were horrible for them with that many people accessing at once)
Main PC = AMD Athlon XP 1800+, Thermaltake Volcano 12, FIC AM37 Motherboard, ATI Radeon X1300Pro 256Mb, 640Mb RAM, 400watt ACEPower Dual Fan PSU, On board NIC, WD 40Gb & WD 250Gb<br><br>Second PC = AMD X2 4200+ AM2, 2048mb ram, WD250GB SATA, ATI Radeon X2900XT, Samsung 19in Widescreen LCD 5ms 3000:1 contrast / native resolution 1440x900